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engaged on the situation in ukraine. in the latest phone call conversation with president putin over the weekend, the secretary-general told him that he was closely following the serious and rapidly unfolding developments in ukraine. the secretary-general expressed concern about the situation that would compromise the unity, sovereignty, and territorial integrity of the country. he reiterated it was critical to restore calm and proceed to a de-escalation and asked for cool heads to prevail. since secretary-general appealed to president putin to urgently engage in direct dialogue with the authorities, he has repeatedly said that it is critical to exercise respect for ukraine's independence, unity, sovereignty, and territorial integrity. he has underscored the utmost importance of restoring calm to de-escalate tensions through dialogue. he stressed in the spirit of the u.n. charter, we all adhere to peaceful resolutions of disputes. following the council's consultation on saturday, and given development on the ground in ukraine, the secretary-general asked that the deputy secretary-gen
investors make in their port tofolio portfolios? >> they should not change based on the ukraine situation, right? if you sell now, two tough decisions, when do i have to reenter the market. for long-term investors, staying invested is the best avenue to go. obviously, you need act of management, people that understand what is happening on the grounds and make those decisions, but when it comes to the long-term investment, if you try to retire one day, the situation in ukraine should not change the overall portfolio. >> talk to me about commodities, gold up today, oil higher, net gas on a roller costar. what is next? >> yeah, one thing to note because a lot of people are concerned about natural gas specifically. if you think about ukraine matters so much to europe is for them to get natural gas. the good news here is that europe, unlike the united states had a mild winter. they have a ton of inventory, more than 20% they do by this point. so natural gas in the short term could see a spike but europe should be okay and as you know here in the united states, we have a lot of natural gas we'r
-term investment, if you try to retire one day, the situation in ukraine should not change the overall portfolio. >> talk to me about commodities, gold up today, oil higher, net gas on a roller costar. what is next? >> yeah, one thing to note because a lot of people are concerned about natural gas specifically. if you think about ukraine matters so much to europe is for them to get natural gas. the good news here is that europe, unlike the united states had a mild winter. they have a ton of inventory, more than 20% they do by this point. so natural gas in the short term could see a spike but europe should be okay and as you know here in the united states, we have a lot of natural gas we're producing that we might end up exporting to europe at one point if russia continues to escalate this situation in ukraine. >> so andres, you heard our report from steve leastman, what if something like that happens, what advice do you give investors? >> this could get worse before better. very fluid situation. i can't really predict what the next 24, 48 hours will give you. at the end of the day if you think a
at the aipac conference. >> discussing the situation in ukraine. this is two hours. the meeting is called to order. from the permanent representative to ukraine. addressing the security council. the agenda is adopted. with 37, i invite the representative of ukraine to participate in this meeting. it is so decided. with rule 2039 of the council's provisional rules of procedure i invite the assistant secretary-general for political affairs to participate in this meeting. it is decided. the security council will not begin consideration i'd dash of item two on the agenda. floor to thee assistant secretary-general. >> thank you. president, members of the security council. since the briefing by the secretary-general to this council on one march, the situation in ukraine has continued to evolve rapidly. we understand there is a andinuing buildup of troops ukraine. the situation remains fluid with reports of demonstrations in certain cities as well as attempts by local groups to cease control of some official buildings. parliament urged russia to fulfill immediately the agreement of the black sea
to it. ahead, more on the moving situation in ukraine including reaction from crimea and increased military involvement and a war of words, to take a look at the surge in journalists who have been put behind bars in turkey. plus there is 100 days until the world cup. we will look at how brazil will be using drones as part of the security operation. ♪ an egyptian court band activities of hamas, a palestinian group that rules the gaza strip an ordered the group's assets to be seized. egypt accused hamas of plotting with president mohamed morsi to carry out violence in the country. hamas condemned the ban but there still needs to be endorsed by egypt's government before it comes into effect. and we have a senior leader of hamas and a leader of the ground and is calling from beirut and first of all your reaction to all this. >> this is not policy and it will reflect itself to the courts. we believe that hamas is a movement of probation. hamas has no activities in egypt. it only has political contacts we egyptians. and it was the intelligence and after that was the general in the last
to ukraine in extreme cases. he does not think that the situation is extreme yet. he said that russia had no intention of fighting a war with the ukrainians. i think if you read between the lines, this is president putin saying that he does not plan to escalate the conflict. perhaps he does not plan on sending troops into eastern ukraine. at the same time, he's holding his ground and is happy to control crimea for the time being. >> john kerry was also there in kiev. what were the highlights of his trip? fore flew in and was here three hours. he went to independence square, where he went to the shrine of some of the people that were killed in the violence about a week ago. he then expressed his support for the ukrainian people and the ukrainian government and promised $1 billion of aid. he continued to criticize president putin, saying that the hol whole world understood what he was doing and he would not get away with it. that was it. he is now flying off to paris. >> ryan chilcote joining us on the phone. secretary of state kerry' to kiev was designed to show support for the ukrainian g
by peaceful means and to refrain from the use of force. the current situation in ukraine, especially in crimea represents an important threat to international peace and security. we would like to see the de-escalation of tensions and hostile rhetoric. the concerned parties must embrace dialogue as a means of resolving the crisis and facilitate the next the dishes -- an expeditious return to normalcy in ukraine. the prerequisite for this is others before me have pointed out. we therefore call on the international community, it particularly those who can exert instructive influence over the concerned parties to intensify in the crisis. -- intensify a push toward mediating the crisis. we firmly believe that the use of preventive diplomacy tools let such a time represent the most expedient and effective option to bring about a peaceful resolution. -- we want to reiterate our concerns to abide by the provisions of the 1994 defense memorandum. we guarantee the sovereignty and integrity of ukraine. we note that the provision calls for the one. -- call for the signatories to consult when there are que
on the ukraine situation in just a few moments. >>> right now, a new anti-poverty budget put out by congressman paul ryan. the ryan budget being blasted by leading democrats. we'll get a complete report from robert costa, next up on "the kudlow report." announcer: where can an investor be a name and not a number? scottrade. ron: i'm never alone with scottrade. i can always call or stop by my local office. they're nearby and ready to help. so when i have questions, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: ranked highest in investor satisfaction with self-directed services by j.d. power and associates. [ banker ] sydney needed some financial guidance so she could take her dream to the next level. so we talked about her options. her valuable assets were staying. and selling her car wouldn't fly. we helped sydney manage her debt and prioritize her goals, so she could really turn up the volume on her dreams today...and tomorrow. so let's see what we can do about that... remodel. motorcycle. [
, obviously, trading on things other than the situation in ukraine. but 2.65, still well under control. the dollar has been interesting. the euro has stayed strong. they're calling this the biggest crisis in europe in the 21st century. the 21st century is like 14 years, right? it would not be the biggest crisis in the last two centuries, by my reckoning. >> i would agree with that. >> some other stuff happened. >>> and then gold was already rallying. it's interesting the way gold has moved up so much. and then the ukraine situation just accelerated. >> every once in a while. >> spring is supposedly -- it's like two weeks away? >> yeah. >> through a white in the winter to stay warm and i didn't -- it didn't make any sense. >> it absorbs the color. >> who said that? >> it might have been in the "wall street journal." i could be wrong. >> it wouldn't be the first time. >> it would not. >> but i didn't know -- when did you start reading the journal? and number two, i would normally -- did you write a column today? >> i did. >> you wrote it in advance? >> i did. i did. >> that's you. you've
. >> reporter: a little bit more than money. ukraine is in a very delicate situation facing bankruptcy. offerings experts to help get the ukraine bank in order, and even morning workers are being sent to the country to get ready for an up coming election. but what ukraine needs is crash. it is turning to the international monetary fund for $15 billion. to get it the country will have to make painful moves that the country has resisted in the past. that means pensions could be slashed, services stopped. ukraine has been relying on cheap national gas from russia. the imf said that is not sustainable and causing people to use more. and subsidies have to stop. ukraine's new prime minister have called these harsh demands but said they're willing to do it. they don't have another option. russia is no longer an option. they'll have to make these changes if the west is going to open up it's pocketbook. >> speaking witspeaking with fit ambassador to ukraine in 1992. i'm going to try to cut to the chase on some of these here. i'm going to bottom line some of these issues. are these russian actio
from today's papers. most of the prez today is dominated by the situation in ukraine, and that was where we will begin this hour. vladimir putin is giving a lengthy conference on the as leading conference -- conflict in ukraine. he slammed what he called a unconstitutional takeover of our, basically a coup in ukraine. he said that the illegal change cannot be encouraged, but understands the wanting of change. he says that viktor yanukovych is still the legitimate president. gave updent yanukovych our company excepted everything the opposition demanded. accepted the idea of holding early parliamentary elections committee excepted a return to the 2004 prostitution. he responded positively to the withst we made it, along our european partners, not to resort to the instant force. the order tosue open fire on the protesters. and moreover, he gave the order for police forces to retreat from the capital. and they complied with that. for more analysis on what vladimir wooten had to say today, i'm going to bring in our reporter in moscow. what more can you tell us? when we hav
now give the floor to the representative of rwanda. >> thank you. the situation in ukraine in crimea may pose a threat to the international situation. strongly urge all parties and holders and ukrainian crisis to to exercise restraint not to escalate the tension. but not launching the diversity and the faith including the russian community. given the current situation, we believe more than ever that the united nations has a critical role to play. we hope to find a diplomatic solution to the ukrainian crisis. as well as efforts are the president of the confederation in its capacity. however, given the complexity and fragility of the situation on the ground, we believe it is important to harmonize all efforts. we therefore introduced our proposal to establish this by the secretary-general and composed of the united nations, european union, the osce and the russian federation. we believe only efforts by the main stakeholders in the respect to the unity and ukraine while considering interest of the russian federation. it would provide a lasting solution to this crisis. all international
nations security council must assume its responsibilities regarding the situation in ukraine. we also supports the mediation efforts by the united nations secretary-general and supports the contact with the various parties in this regard. we wish to receive more clarifications from the parties concerned regarding the situation on the ground and particularly in the region. this will be helpful. we note the need for the security council to investigate the crimean region and to look into mediation and mechanisms that may be in light of the information provided. and to determine the security council's assessment of whether an act of aggression is being committed on ukrainian territory. we would refer to the united nations assembly which considers the use of armed force a by a state on the territory of another state to be outside the scope of agreement between the two countries. the same applies. we welcome the steps that were arty taken and to be taken with in the framework of the organization of your in order to do with the current crisis and the establishment by the osce's contact group
the military situation in ukraine. >>> earlier this morning, president putin ordered russia's military exercises on ukraine's border to end as scheduled. in the crimean capital of si simferopol tensions remain high. >> reporter: reinforce russia's armed positions, but tensions have risen in areas where they've also taken over the ukrainian military positions or tried to. for example, the belbec air base. in the last few hours, about 150 ukrainian soldiers loyal to kiev marched their air field, hoping to retake a weapons depot from russians control. russians soldiers who took over here last week stopped them. first with warnings and then with shots. possibly the first shots fired so far in this invasion. but the firing didn't last long. no one was hurt and both sides moved quickly to dial back the tension. we have just spoken to the commander, who says that standoff is ongoing. neither side is backing down. the belbec air base they said they would defend their base. the fact is that they are vastly outmanned and outgunned. this may have been a brave gesture but, reall
easily thing that talking about this situation in ukraine leaders of the west are threatening sanctions against russia and quits the ukraine's are wondering about financial support. yes and actually japan might be able to help that they are by discussing it right now. in fact the finance chiefs of japan in the us there are also working on a plan to help ukraine and calm financial markets. they want to keep the debt strapped country from going bankrupt. finance minister tom also discuss the matter in a phone call with us treasury secretary jacob lew. they spoke after the group of seven industrialized countries issued a statement pledging strong financial backing. aso and they'll agree to work out the details to look at studies by the international monetary fund imf officials are considering contests respond to a request for aid from ukraine's internal government. international finance officials see this move by japan in the us as an attempt to soften the impact on the situation on the world economy. all investors across the world are becoming increasingly worried by mounting tensions bet
on the market reaction so far to the ukraine-russia situation. >>right now the market's reaction has been relatively benign. we really haven't seen a powerful quality trade coming into the markets yet although we have seen it somewhat. on monday evening the treasuries closed at about a 260 yieldand we did see risk assets soften somewhat. so we have seen a rotation from risk assets into the safe haven assets. i would expect today to see a continuation of the flight to quality trade but the market is really standing down in terms of a really powerful flight to quality trade to assess what's going on with respect to the ukraine. so obama came out and said any kind of military intervention is really off of the table and they're going to try and persuade russia to leave the ukraine through an series of economic sanctions. but i think this means that we're in for a long drawn out affair. putin has done the calculus and if you look at the map, the ukraine forms an important economic corridor for russia between asia and the european union. so it's going to take a lot to get the russians to back d
secretary general ban ki made to discuss the situation in ukraine. he rejects accusations that russia is acting aggressively wishes to muster the restroom i repeat this is amateur defending our citizens and the compact hits are defending amazed important human rights the bike tonight. they see a tent and temperate this situation as an act of aggression and threaten us with sanctions and boycotts these are the very same pot as the boss he consistently the coverage critical force is kind to them. it is an ultimatum m refused i look to build a consensus southern and eastern regions of ukraine which is ultimately greater minds ukrainian society. rush euro cents down to its policy on ukrainian imagine she told the un security council on monday evening the end of its old foe critics cool prices. this is not business as usual for ukraine's interim government noble as it must attend to drop goal to try some but the wrongs of the country stricken economy. prime minister yet senate is promising more transparency in the pit to the er in picture investments rather than balloon current news in the
there doesn't seem to be a speed bump if we get past the ukraine situation. what you calling for for the major indices for the year? >> we're calling for 6% to 7% on the s&p for year end and also interest rates to go a little bit higher. perhaps you get that 3-1/4% range. if your looking for opportunity in regards to investing we look towards health care, consumer discretionary as two sectors we believe you confined good value. cheryl: i know you like t. j. max. you do like consumer discretionary. thank you, chad. adam: let's talk technology. cheryl: looking to enter the drone business list of reports say the social media site is buying tighten aerospace for $60 million but why? let's bring in executive director todd able to. facebook making a move in the drone company. >> everyone is wondering why drones, or cameras up in the air but this is what we saw a google do with project minute and south connecting the rest of the world, two thirds of the planet doesn't have access to internet connections so we am looking in third-world countries how to get imam line. i was talking to adam and the ques
, there is still opportunity for russia to help the international community stabilize the situation in ukraine. meanwhile, delivering the message in kiev, condemning russia for escalating the violence, kerry is visiting with ukraine's new leaders reayou remember thing support for the government. this has been a day of point, counter point, 2 sides expressing their opinions. talking points, but clearly a very strong difference of opinion on the way things are progressing here in kiev, and throughout the country. john kerry said that many of that vladimir putin said in an hour long press conference, were simply not true. the russian government would have you believe that that will have been mass attacks on churches in eastern ukraine. that hasn't happened. but vladimir putin remains adamant the west does not understand this country. he says that ukraine is well within the sphere of russia's control. and that basically the west is looking at ukraine as some sort of laboratory experiment, in democracy. in his speech, today to the russian press, vladimir putin also took an opportunity to say that w
use force to resolve the situation in ukraine the minister believes that the current issue can be results through peaceful negotiations. it was stated by the official representative of the foreign affairs ministry at the briefing anasta now emily's the parties are able to make balanced and objective decisions the country also the situation in ukraine will settle down since the for the worsening the crisis could lead to unpredictable consequences both in the region in the whole world is the legacy of the diesel is going to get some addicts human urge all parties to make decisions objectively and responsibly and to refrain from actions echo provoking for the aggravation of the ukrainian prices extend hopes for an early normalization of the situation in a peace dialogue of all political forces but it teaches kids to the bus loading of the president can extend this offer to buy a map of the members of the national advisory board the main directions on the frail the realization of the economic potential cause extent implementation of international initiatives of the republic as well
have nothing to do with the situation in ukraine we have this option but it is an extreme measure house for the legitimacy of the president get a call that request and russia to use military force to protect the lives and wellbeing of ukrainians. the nationalists and ukraine or empowered after victory on the call that gave into the demands all the off position and signed up for pretty much everything that they were looking to achieve the ends to win so he gave them a free upgrade to all of the country and under the circumstances by wilkinson said that it's understandable why the ousted leader and capsicum back in russia support in the fridge but kiki fifteen which is practically given up his power. it was real until the mandatory opposition snap presidential and parliamentary elections but he agreed to return in two thousand for constitutional suitable to kick cold towel and western request not to use force when he hasn't issued any illegal order. you know there are still many nationalist and radical extremists that are rampant on the street to the ukraine when we see these scenes we u
the situation, which is a multi national political dialogue about ukraine. potentially under the auspices of the osce. the -- seeing that president putin has accepted this in principal, fist not the esce but that's a detail. why is that important? really, because russia's position, in my opinion, is that it will not tolerate a hostile anti-russian government being installed by unconstitutional means with the support of the western power necessary a country next to it which it has vital interests in. and it wants to have a process whereby ukraine's internal politics and its external relations are agreed by everyone who has an interesting. now, this position, of course, is rejected by western europe and the united states on the grounds that it compromises or qualifies in some way ukraine's sovereigncy. but getting to that position without abandoning the point of principal is probably the way through. >> you say putin goes into damage limitation exercises as soon as he's got what he wants. isn't what he wants the crimea here? he's saying that situation is going to resolve itself or is he goi
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to pass an aid package for ukraine. the united nations discussed the situation in ukraine. the outed president of ukraine had asked for russian troops to maintain order. they accused russia of fabricating it. >>> a cross country trip aiming to raise awareness. he is a juggler with the cirque du soliel raising money for people hurt or killed when protesters clashed with police in kiev and he is asking people to sign a flag he will send to ukraine. >> well wishes from american people and send the writing on the flag, send it to the center of kiev. support from america to ukraine. >> he plans to end his trip in front of the white house. he hopes he can get a member of the administration to sign the flag before he sends it to ukraine. >>> dozens of jobs are available and oakland police are trying something new to fill them. the three things they need strengthen the department. >> the rain is picking up. still to come the viableinable that means a little -- viablemirability that means a little rain can topple trees. charles not having coverage stressed me out. i literally haven't been to
sergei lavrov. they are trying to stablilize the situation, and the military cries of ukraine has a dire economic situation as well. meanwhile, on capitol hill, the democratic leader, after barack obama called on congress to immediately take up sanctions this week, as soon as congress is back in town, harry reid, the democratic leader says he wants the europeans on board first. >> a reminder with the changing situation, stay with al jazeera america for the latest on the ukraine crisis. >> israel's prime minister is pushing back against u.s. diplomacy in the middle east. binyamin netanyahu and president obama met at the white house on monday. the u.s. and israel are committed to reaching lasting peace with the palestinians. >> it's my belief that ultimately it is still possible to create two states, a jewish state of israel, and a state of palestine in which people are living side by side in peace and security. but it's difficult. it requires compromise on all sides. >> binyamin netanyahu says israel has been making the compromises but the palestinians have not. >> we look at what we got
putin deescalates the ukraine situation saying he sees no need for military action, has no plans to annex the crimean peninsula. the bulls will take it. the ten year has been a fear gauge you saw it above two six and europe is trying to get back what it lost yesterday, gold is also down about $13. the roadmap begins with the markets looking to rebound as tensions in the ukraine ease at least for the time being. gold pulling back from that four-month high. >>> however, putin still calling the situation in ukraine an unconstitutional coup, we'll go live to kiev for the latest developments from the region. >>> and shares of radioshack dropping almost 30% in the premarket after the company announced it's closing 1,100 underperforming stores. >>> but we'll begin with the markets as we said trying to rebound from the selloff yesterday despite the turmoil in ukraine, futures in the u.s. and shares in europe pointing sharply higher following reports that vladimir putin has ordered his troops to cease military exercises along the border with ukraine. his argument was that those had been i
on abc7 news we're going turn to escalating situation in ukraine. a former u.s. ambassador now says they will not get away with it. >> and oscar night selfie that brought down twitter. priceless reaction of engineers, stay with us. or how to find big savings on the things you need.eek. just make a straight line to safeway. your club card gets you deals you can't find anywhere else. right now, breakfast is on. oscar mayer bacon is only $3.99. rise and shine with simply orange oj, just $2.98. and oikos greek yogurt is only a buck. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. since i had had health insurance -- icy i needed. of since i had hwhat policy i needed.- within 4icy. [ female announcer ] everyone deserves health insurance. are you in? find free, confidential, local help at coveredca.com. >>> tensions continue to smolder over the situation in ukraine the russians took over two more facilities in crimea. the russian navy boarded a war ship in the black sea. a united nations diplomats called on russia to withdraw troops. accusing russians of res
nicotine. >> continuing here on abc7 news we're going turn to escalating situation in ukraine. a former u.s. ambassador now says they will not get away with it. >> and oscar night selfie that brought down twitter. priceless reaction of engineers, stay with us. ??eç attention monster taco fans! get ready for a night of monster taco madness - when two new monster taco flavors from jack in the box face off. introducing - the bacon ranch monster taco, crushin' it with strips of bacon and creamy ranch versus the nacho monster taco, comin' hard with nacho cheese and jalapeños! monster, monster, monster tacos! too much? needs an explosion. >>> tensions continue to over the situation in ukraine the russians took over two more facilities in crimea. the russian navy boarded a war ship in the black sea. a united nations diplomats called on russia to withdraw troops. accusing russians of responding to a math nary threat. we're live in san jose tonight. and you spoke to the man bho who was just america's top diplomat. >> he says president putin needs to be sent a message sending troops into ukraine
does not use force to resolve the situation in ukraine the minister believes that the current issue can be results through peaceful negotiations. it was stated by the official representative of the foreign affairs ministry at the briefing anasta now emily's the parties are able to make balanced and objective decisions the controls of the situation in ukraine will settle down since the for the worsening the crisis could lead to unpredictable consequences both in the region in the whole world is the legacy of the diesel is going to get some addicts human urge all parties t
to address the situation soldiers must sing in ukraine symbol of our callings of the neutral one of the anointed nations. this is diplomacy remains deeply divided. another emergency security council meeting on ukraine and russia weekend saying the movement of its troops was installing electrical will by producing a written request from ousted ukrainian president viktor yanukovich costing russian president whether their pigeons to send all its faults. most of his business is going to deny that this is completely virgin on the russian off and given a certain situation in ukraine this threat and the threat to our compatriots russian citizens. and the black sea fleet. we're talking about defending our citizens our compatriots on defending the most important human rights. the right to life the us ambassador to the un shops are so many of the assertions made this afternoon by the russian federation are without basis in reality. as i said our last session. russia's actions speak much louder than its words. what is happening today is not a human rights protection mission and it is not a
the situation in ukraine. let's listen. >> russia has legitimate interests in what happens in the neighboring state. that does not give it the right to use force as a means of exerting influence inside of that state. we have said that if in fact there is any evidence out there that russian speakers or russian natives or russian nationals are in any way being threatened there are ways of dealing with that through international mechanisms and we're prepared to make sure that the rights of all ukrainians are upheld and in fact in conversations we've had with the government in kiev they have been more than willing to work with the international community and with russia to provide such assurances. so, the fact that we are still seeing soldiers out of their barracks in crimea is an indication to which what's happening there is not based on actual concern for russian nationals or russian speakers inside of ukraine but is based on russia seeking through force to exert influence on a neighboring country. that is not how international law is supposed to operate. i would also note just, you know, the w
' foreign minister does not use force to resolve the situation in ukraine the minister believes that the current issue can be results through peaceful negotiations. it was stated by the official representative of the foreign affairs ministry at the briefing anasta now emily's the parties are able to make balanced and objective decisions the country also the situation in ukraine will settle down since the for the worsening the crisis could lead to unpredictable consequences both in the region in the whole world is the legacy of the diesel is going to get some add
.c. he was speaking about the situation in ukraine right now. just a few minutes before that, we were listening to secretary of state john kerry in kiev, talking about the crisis in ukraine. their message, very much the same, even though the tone a little bit different. president obama, i think, a little bit more measured than secretary of state john kerry. but the message seemed to be that what the russians are saying is very different than what the reality on the ground. secretary of state john kerry said it most starkly. he said the russians are hiding behind falsehood, intimidation and provocation. the russians are saying that they're there on a humanitarian mission to defend ethnic russians in the ukraine. secretary of state john kerry said there is not a single piece of credible evidence that supports these claims. i'm joined by christiane amanpo amanpour, and spider marks, military analyst. christiane, your impressions from the two foreign policy leaders. >> direct rebuttal of what president putin said today and over the last week. direct rebuttal. as you said, they have absolu
in ukraine, back to you in london. >> tim, thanks very much indeed. yes, we will keep across the situation in ukraine of course. let's catch up on some other news for you. the egyptian court has band all activity thes by the palestinian militant group hamas. it also ordered the seizure of offices. it is the result of a lawsuit demanding that the palestinian group with the terrorist organization because of its links to the brotherhood. a prominent exiled leader urged authorities to respond calmly to a knife attack in which 29 people died over the weekend. they have urged the authorities not to demonize them. the muslims who live in china's far west. three more people have been arrested over the random attack at a railway station. >>> indonesia warned the australian drug smuggler would have her parole revoked following a documentary. she was freed last month after serving nine years in prison. under parole conditions she must stay on the island until 2017. channel 7 broadcast an interview with her sister. and widery rumored to have secured an interview with chappelle as well. >>> it's carniv
of ukraine. >> the situation has not stopped lawmakers from ratcheting up the criticism. >> you do have a lot of criticism of the president. >> and pointing fingers. >> this is the ultimate result of a feckless foreign policy. >> every time the president goes on national television -- >> where nobody believes in america's strength anymore. >> everybody's eyes roll, including mine. >> putin is playing chess. >> putin decides what he wants to do, and he does it in half a day. >> i think we're playing marbles. >> that's what you call a leader. >> that's what you call a dictator. >> that's what you call a leader. >> shoot first, ask questions later for rudy giuliani. >> you do have a lot of criticism of the president, saying that he needs to take stronger action. >> i don't believe that criticism is justified. >> what conceivable stronger action could be taken? >> tough sanctions. >> economic sanctions. aid to the ukrainian people. talk about the expansion of nato. >> the last thing we need to do here is just talk around in circles. >> president obama is sending secretary of state john kerry. >>
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, is it too little too late. and that's the situation as it is now. >> for more, let's first go to ukraine and aljazeera america's nick schifrin, you're there in crimea, and what's the situation now? have there been any signs of recent troop improvement or activity. >> well, the occupation is increasing certainly, and the resistance as far as we can tell, antonio, is non-existent. we spent a lot of time going to bases today outside of the capital. and we saw bases with russian flags flying, and bases withing russian soldiers hanging out hanging out and calm and relaxing, and then we saw armories where russians are digging into trenches. there's a real sense here that the tide is turning, that the russian occupation is getting larger and the united states is calling for desolation, but russia is escalating. we see the threats. down at the port where the ukrainian ships are waiting, and they insist that the russian ships just a few hundred feet off the coast delivered an ultimatum saying that in about an hour, the ukrainian ships have to be abandoned, and the men onboard and all of their we
with us. can you not overstate the dire situation of the economy here in ukraine. they already had gotten a $15 billion aid package from the russian which is has now been -- which has been, at the very minimum, delayed. there's absolutely no way for ukraine to get out of this mess without help from the international community. all of that said, the situation here in ukraine, has had an enormous effect on economies around the globe. we watched the markets go everywhere. yesterday down all over the place. today, though, things are quite a bit different. the thinking is that maybe this thing has de-escalated to a point where the market feels there is stability. we will get to the owe fox business net two find out what is going on there and what it means for our money. that's coming up. fox reports live from kiev in the heart of another world. >>> it is 10:00 here in the evening. a fog shroud in kiev, ukraine. more on the crisis here and how it is affecting the markets around the world and the united states and our 401(k)s. after putin ordered forces back to their bases and military would be
's pretty much the situation now >> first to ukraine, and nick schifrin. nick, you are there now, have there been signs of troop movement or activity? >> the occupation is increasing and the resistance, as far as we can tell, was non-existent. we spent a lot of time going to bases today outside of this capital, and we saw bases with russian flags flying. we saw soldiers flying, hanging out. then we saw arm ris, where the russian soldiers were digging in trenches. there's a sense that the tide is turning, that the russian occupation is getting larger, the u.s. is calling for a deescalation of this peninsula, but, in fact, russia is escalating. not only are we seeing more russian troops coming in, but the threads. local reporters down at the coast at that port where the ukrainian ships are waiting and basically besieged do insist that russian ships a few hundred feet off the coast delivered an ultimatum saying in about an hour the ukrainian ships had to be abandoned and the ships or the men on board and their weapons handed over to the russians. whether or not that happened or happens, t
. obviously the developing situations in ukraine to talk to you about. but other stories as well. >> right now, you're looking at the murder trial of blade runner oscar pistorius. the neighbor who heard desperate screams before the fatal gunfire. >>> also president obama facing criticism for what some are calling a weak strategy in the ukraine. one former senator says no one berea believes in the united states's force anymore. we'll be right back. ale voice ]? lactaid® is 100% real milk? right. real milk. but it won't cause me discomfort. exactly, because it's milk without the lactose. and it tastes? it's real milk! come on, would i lie about this? [ female announcer ] lactaid. 100% real milk. no discomfort. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cash card from capital one, i get 2% cash back on every purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally someone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one. choose 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase,
to ukraine bout the situation over there. isn't there a budget question here also in that there are republicans who are saying that the administration should re-examine how much is allocated in the defense budget because of the situation in ukraine. and has the administration given any consideration to that? first i would start with -- i'll do it from a defense budget perspective, and jay can handle beyond. i think it's important to reflect that there is an agreement, a ryan-murray agreement that set the levels for 15. in the president's budget that you see proposed today, you see the president suggesting that the 050 account, which is defense, department plus other things that do national security, the opportunity growth and security initiative suggest that is we believe a better place would be to have an additional $28 billion. that's fully paid for. fully paid for. we would make choice abouts offsets that have to do with closing tax loopholes. we believe that's a choice we should make. i also point reflect in all the outdoors of the budget, the president's budge
, this was a revolutionary situation, which started from long ago since the independence of ukraine, and a simple ukrainian man was suffering always under nikolai ii and yushchenko andean kovich, and nothing has changed for the better or corruption has reached the levels you haven't even dreamed of here in russia, and such similar problems exist in our country as well. but in ukraine, it is even squared or even cubed. and of course, people wanted changes, but you can't instigate unlawful changed on the po post-soviet territory, where the political structures are still weak under the economy, still weak. you have to act exclusively by constituti constitutional. the mistake would always to go to outside constitutional field. i understand that people, although i don't agree to the fact of the change of power in this way, i still understand the people in meydan who still demand not just a repair the facade of the power but cardinal changes. why, then, are they demanding? because they are used to one thieves being changed for other thieves, and people in the regions don't even participate in the forming of regi
will they manage the situation as this tory develops in the ukraine. how carefully are they watching every move that could and is making -- that vladimir putin is making? that could upset the apple cart and it will be a great show. >> looking forward to it. let's get more on the top story and the standoff between the ukraine and russia continues. vladimir putin withdrew soldiers soldiers remain in the crimea region. -- crimea region. a tense standoff in the crimea. base in crimea was taken over by russian troops and they took control of crimea. unarmed ukrainian servicemen have marched towards the base and are demanding it back. they have been met by one dozen russian soldiers and no one is denying that there are soldiers anymore. fired warning shots and they were not in the direction of the ukrainian soldiers. they are, as far as i know, the very first shots fired in the conflict and give us a sense of how tense and tenuous and difficult things are right now in crimea. >> we also had the imf getting talks and what can we expect from that? >> they get underway and it is interesting timing, cons
and secretary of state john kerry. speaking with someone in the ukraine with more on the fragile situation. have two sides saying they do not want this to escalate. both prepared to take further action. john kerry delivering that message. want todent obama and i make it clear to russia and everybody in the world that we are not seeking confrontation. there is a better way for russia to pursue its legitimate interests in the ukraine. >> with russian warships on the coast, and troops around military bases, this part of the ukraine is under the world microscope tonight. >> >> i know president who in has a different set of lawyers making a different set of interpretations. i do not think that is fooling anybody. >> the threat is there. you have -- with a person taking part in the protests. threats of economic sanctions against russia may be their biggest help. today, it is the ukraine. tomorrow, russia will occupy lot via. -- latvia. it is a threat to the world. >> the russians caused alarm, flawed -- firing a ballistic missile in. that was preplanned before the invasion. not to be shown as a sign o
start with the fast-moving events out of ukraine. >> the situation has not stopped lawmakers from ratcheting up the criticism. >> you do have a lot of criticism of the president. >> and pointing fingers. >> this is the ultimate result of a feckless foreign policy.
government for more on the tense situation in ukraine in balinese point system and this is all the international line on. news the eye. the two language. news programs and documentaries in arabic. its goal hero of tea. we'll talk the leap into the intriguing story. are you here. loyalty card for no more visit our big old auntie don't call the new. several russian cities on the border with ukraine have seen massive rallies in support of the russian speaking population living mixed all around twenty thousand people took to the streets in the show solidarity against the radical groups they believe there's a risk to the population of ukraine the crowds emphasize the cocoa and historical ties between the nations and some are urging the authorities to open eyes really fun the health centers across the border. protests against the authorities in ukraine spread across the southeast in a country kid has asked for help from some of the people in the crowds on my kids into bed at square one rarely gets to the country's own accounts to be appointed governor in restive but economically pow
there to stabilize the situation by ukraine's use russia's actions of an act of will. in crimea as regional capitals into a pole most soldiers can be seen posted on tiki locations they then no national insignia. but few doubt that from russia. ukrainian border guards have reported the build up the vomit vehicles on the russian side of the straits that separate russia from crimea. eu leaders are voicing concern she attempted to shore live in the map it's always the same approach by the russians if they consider that the countries which belong to their empire one point or another it should not be beyond their control the report. britain's foreign minister william hague is in kids in talks with the new government. he laid flowers on independence square in tribute to the skill that the eu is seeking a diplomatic solution to the standoff. something these people which let me welcome there are images of ukrainian soldiers in crimea his military bases now surrounded by what appeared to be russian forces. yes that was never a real bite a chunk and slacked some tennis naval gun show i will need to stop someth
of action should be taken in response to the situation in ukraine. largely because it's a difficult one and it's changing practically boy the minute. we're dealing with the specter of war and the risk of a country being torn apart. what there does seem to be a consensus on is this situation is the fruit of barack obama's weakness, as if it were the case that if only barack obama, like vladimir putin, rode around on a horse with his shirt off like this, maybe this kind of thing wouldn't have happened. or as "the new york times" peter baker asks in his piece yesterday, is mr. obama tough enough to take on the former kgb colonel in the kremlin. >> we have a weak and indecisive president. president obama needs to do something. >> i think everybody is shocked by the weakness of obama's statement. it is -- i find it rather staggering. what he's saying is we're not really going to do anything and we're telling the world. >> putin is playing chess and i think we're playing marbles. i don't think it's even close. they have been running circles around us. >> this is the ultimate result of a fekle
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